'Ordinary' Tiger Keeps 7-Shot Lead

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A round of 18 holes remains in the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational, and the champion seems to be determined.

Tiger Woods set himself apart from the competition Friday and maintained that position on a sun-splashed Saturday with a 2-under-par 68 at Firestone Country Club.

Woods’ 68 came one day after matching the South Course record with a 9-under 61 in the rain. He enters the final round Sunday at 15 under (66-61-68), 7 shots ahead of his nearest competitor in a field that includes 73 golfers.

Woods’ play was far from perfect Saturday, but it was also not a disaster. His goals Saturday were simple — post a score under par and put himself in a prime spot to win his eighth tournament in Akron.

“I didn’t quite have it, but I...

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